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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Where is GR installed in Ubuntu?

From: William L. Bahn
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Where is GR installed in Ubuntu?
Date: Thu, 07 May 2009 10:56:15 -0600
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Any help from anyone would be appreciated. Below is an exchange with David that may give a clue for someone else.


David Tisza wrote:
William L. Bahn írta:
When I try the following, I get that neither command is found.

$> sudo updatedb
$> locate gnuradio | less
what do you mean they're not found?
This is what happens:

address@hidden:/$ sudo updatedb
[sudo] password for wbahn:
sudo: updatedb: command not found
address@hidden:/$ locate gnuradio | less

I get a cleared screen with (END) in the upper left corner and I can't scroll at all. After hitting 'q' I'm back to the above with the next line being:

bash: locate: command not found

if they are not installed to your system, I mean locate, then try running the synaptic package manager and fing the package locate
(more info: http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/findutils/ )
Here's some more information that might help someone help me:

First, the O/S is Ubuntu 8.04

When I run

$ sudo apt-get update

I get the following errors:

W: Failed to fetch http://gnuradio.org/ubuntu/dists/stable/main/binary-lpia/Packages.gz
when I try to load this url from a browser, it sais to me that it don't exist. the closest path which exist is http://gnuradio.org/ubuntu/dists/stable/main/
but it has only 3 directories as you say further down.
[DIR] binary-amd64/ <http://gnuradio.org/ubuntu/dists/stable/main/binary-amd64/> 23-Aug-2008 21:17 - [DIR] binary-i386/ <http://gnuradio.org/ubuntu/dists/stable/main/binary-i386/> 23-Aug-2008 21:14 - [DIR] source/ <http://gnuradio.org/ubuntu/dists/stable/main/source/> 23-Aug-2008 21:17 -

404 Not Found
W: Failed to fetch http://gnuradio.org/ubuntu/dists/stable/contrib/binary-lpia/Packages.gz 404 Not Found

When I explore the url paths manually, I see that the directories underneath

could you send the relevant lines from  /etc/apt/sources.list
maybe you are using a wrong or obsolate address there.

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